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Is there any link to download the service fabric runtime 8.1 ?
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As per Microsoft's notification in June 2021, the Web Platform Installer (aka. WebPI) tool went out of support starting July 2022. SF customers can use direct links published as a part of our release notes to install both SF runtime and SDK
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@divyach Will the VM size be part of the durability requirements? We are currently wrongfully running our cluster on b4ms VM's. But VM's are bought with reservation. Will deployments be blocked because of the VM size/type b4ms?
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> Service Fabric runtimes will be available through Web Platform Installer, But the Web Platform Installer isn't available any more?
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In practice the VM count requirement make the cluster more unstable and harder to operate. I would disable it if it was possible. If you have 5 nodes and something happens to one node. You basically cannot do anything with the cluster before you manage to scale out the cluster first. Not even restar...
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